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Fairness is the noun form of Fair.[1]

Usually, complaints about unfairness have nothing to do with justice, but are simply a reaction to finding out that you have to take responsibility for your life; that you are accountable for your actions; that your choices have consequences; that you have to work for money; that you have to fix something you broke; that you do not get rewards that others earned while you played video games. None of this is unfair. - Charles J. Sykes, 50 Rules Kids Won't Learn in School, page 12

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